Tarquinia
or formerly Corneto or ancient Tarquinii geographical name town central Italy in N Lazio

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  • Tarquinia — Escudo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tarquinia — Tarquinia …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tarquinia —   Comune   Comune di Tarquinia A night view of the Priori Palace …   Wikipedia

  • TARQUINIA — Située à proximité de la mer Tyrrhénienne, près de l’actuelle Corneto, Tarquinia (en latin Tarquinii, en étrusque Tarchuna) fut l’une des cités les plus florissantes de l’Étrurie méridionale. Le site comprend une acropole, entourée d’une enceinte …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Tarquinia — Tarquinia : le palazzo Vitelleschi Administration …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tarquinia — Tarquinia,   1872 1922 Corneto Tarquinia, Stadt in der Provinz Viterbo, Italien, 133 m über dem Meeresspiegel, 5 km vom Tyrrhen. Meer, 14 600 Einwohner.   Stadtbild:   In der gut erhaltenen …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Tarquinia — formerly (until 1922) Corneto Town (pop., 1991: 14,000), northern Lazio region, central Italy. It developed out of the ancient Tárchuna, one of the chief cities of the Etruscan confederation. It was defeated by Rome in the 4th century BC and… …   Universalium

  • Tarquinia — Original name in latin Tarquinia Name in other language Tarkvinii, Tarquinia, Tarqunia, tarukuinia, Тарквинии State code IT Continent/City Europe/Rome longitude 42.25419 latitude 11.75657 altitude 128 Population 15162 Date 2012 02 15 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • TARQUINIA —    An important settlement of southern Etruria whose prominence is suggested by its linkage to the mythical Tarchun. Recent excavation and surveys have shown that some parts of the extensive plateau have been occupied since the Final Bronze Age… …   Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans

  • Tarquinia — antig. (hasta 1922) Corneto Ciudad (pob., 1991: 14.000 hab.) del norte de la región de Lacio en el centro de Italia. Se desarrolló a partir de la antigua Tárchuna, una de las principales ciudades de la confederación etrusca. Derrotada por Roma en …   Enciclopedia Universal

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